A deafening silence, a play of light and shadow, the metallic textures of massive buildings, are inhabitans of incomplete landscapes. Matter remains that enhance the decadent beauty of forsaken places.

Perpetua is a collection of flower pots zero-mile made, which creates a relationship among the various craft organizations of the territory through the use of materials found on construction sites. Iron, an uncertain and corroded material, becomes a support for the single flower. Perpetua collection offers a critical and reflective vision on the excess of production, abandonment and the recovery of places and spaces. 


All the pieces are self-made. Slight variations in shape and surface may form due the materials adopted.


White Carrara marble, iron mesh 

Photo credit Nicolò Panzeri